Benedikt Kestler IS a German designer based in Frankfurt am Main - passionate about design, photography and architecture.
Having received the degree in Product Design from Bauhaus University in Weimar in 2015, he gained professional experience at Archimedes Exhibitions and studio e27 in Berlin. He worked for Architekturbüro Jäcklein and has contributed to the project slow tofu by Weiwei Wang.
Currently Benedikt is employed as a concept designer at Atelier Markgraph in Frankfurt am Main and working for various clients such as VIESSMANN, Mercedes-Benz and ZDF.
Various projects during my studies at Bauhaus University fueled my interest for a cross-disciplinary dialogue between product and graphic design, photography and art, architecture and interior design.
Check out my portfolio and feel free to contact me.
2010 - 2015
Bauhaus University Weimar, Germany
academic studies | graduated in product design (BFA)
2012 - 2013
Free University of Bozen, Italy
exchange student | majored in conceptual graphic design
Alexander-von-Humboldt-Gymnasium Schweinfurt, Germany
Abitur | focused on Art and French
2014 - 2015
Bauhaus Botschafter - Bauhaus University
university public relations, graphic design
2009 - 2010
Fundación Jatun Sacha
San Cristóbal Galapagos | Ecuador
Simon Bolivar Language School
spanish intensive course
Quito | Ecuador
concept and design
product design for VITIS Light
Slow Tofu by Weiwei Wang
assistance and photography
e27 Design Studio Berlin
graphic and product design
2013 - 2014
Archimedes Exhibitions Berlin
product and exhibition design
Photodesign Volker Martin
IAA Frankfurt am Main | Germany
ISH Frankfurt am Main | Germany
tendence Frankfurt am Main | Germany
Can you spell Bauhaus? @ Salone del Mobile Milan | Italy
DMY Berlin | Germany
studio e27 Berlin
Ambiente Frankfurt am Main | Germany
pulpo meets Bauhaus